Sounding bullish, DGCA expects more than 100 million domestic passengers to fly by the year end, especially as India has outstripped passenger traffic growth in this sector across major global economies including the US and C
Putting in place stringent measures to ensure flight safety, aviation regulator DGCA has come out with detailed guidelines related to alcohol consumption for airlines crew for both pre and post-flight periods.
Growing dissonance between Ashok Gajapati Raju and his junior colleague seems to have held up several policy decisions — including charging extra for check-in baggage and the proposal for the Greater Noida airport.
The civil aviation ministry has asked the Directorate-General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) to provide it with five years of flight tariff date on high density routes for past five years since 2011, official sources said.
The longer you fly the lesser you pay — a study of a detailed fare analysis done for the first time for calendar year 2014 by the country’s aviation regulator the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) shows.